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# Data Presentation

Data is only as good as how it is presented. How do you take hundreds or thousands of data points and create something a human can understand? Check out the world of charts, graphs, and more.

# Data Presentation - Tables

The above table shows the percentage of citizens in a given country that are in a certain age group. If $$38 \%$$ of the population are aged 40 and over, what would be the value of $$P$$?

The above table shows the percentage of citizens in a given country that are in a certain age group. What percentage of the population is aged 30 and above?

In the above table, students recorded down the number of peapods which had a certain number of peas in them. It was discovered that no pea pod had 5 or more peas. How many of the peapods had 2 or fewer peas in them?

The above table represents the number of days that workers in a company drive to work in the past 5 work days.

How many workers are there in the company?

Stella polled her class of 43 students and asked them for the time that they spent watching television each day.

How many students spent 2 to 3 hours watching television?

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